RELIC U.S. CAVALRY PICKETT PIN RECOVERED FROM CHANCELLORSVILLE, VIRGINIA

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Item Code: 696-104

This artifact from the Civil War is a relic condition Federal cavalry picket pin recovered from Chancellorsville, Virginia. The iron pin still retains its tie ring / swivel at the top area under the bulb. Item is pitted and rusted but complete, smooth and strong. Made of iron, the tall cylindrical pin measures over 13” long x ½” diameter. A looped iron rein tie-ring wraps around the top portion of shank. Ring still pivots and slides easily. Picket pin body is rusted but in non-flaking condition. Pin color is a deep, chocolate brown patina. A fine, excavated Union cavalry relic from the battlefield at Chancellorsville.  [sl]

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